March 21 – April 21
Mondays OR Tuesdays:
Norway: Land of Vikings
Wednesdays OR Thursdays:
Noodle Road: Cook your way from Tuscany to Tokyo
All Programs held at 129 Miller Ave, Portsmouth
2:45 – 5:00 for Campers in 2nd-5th grades
3:15 – 5:30 for CITs in 6th-9th grades
Free transportation provided for Little Harbour students at dismissal.
Need a ride? Ask us to connect you with families who may want to carpool.
If you’re coming from further afield, arrival time may be adjusted to accommodate arrival. (2:45 at the earliest)
Please let us know your approximate arrival time so we are ready to greet you when you arrive!
Mondays, March 21 – April 18 OR Tuesdays, March 22 – April 19
Camper: $162, CIT: $109
On this special journey, you’ll travel around the globe to prepare and wrap our forks around some of the world’s tastiest dishes. Roll fresh pasta in Italy, bake Israeli apple kugel, set up a make-your-own macaroni and cheese bar, slurp Japanese chicken ramen and bite into crispy Hong Kong wontons. You’ll culminate the session by creating your own version of Shorty Tang’s in New York City – you get to be the chef, take the orders and serve it up with style.
Wednesdays, March 23 – April 20 OR Thursdays, March 24 – April 21
Camper: $177, CIT: $117
This extra program, offered at school dismissal on early release days and carrying through until the regular Planet Rangers day starts, allows kids extra time to bake, build, design, create, play and connect. Add this option now or later.
Campers: $28, CITs: $18
Throughout the year, campers and CITs love being part of these energized adventures, filled with hands-on learning that builds creativity, immersive storylines that embody different cultures, and countless opportunities for leading their self and others. Over the months and years, these practices help to develop kids’ sense of confidence and connection, inspiring them to express their best selves.
Campers and CITs tell us all the time that Planet Rangers is the best part of their day. They’re always part of the story, so they’re excited to share all about their adventures on the ride home. Community spirit and so much learning are on display each finale day, when kids pass on their new found knowledge to parents, friends and community members.